The Manager of Event Marketing & Promotion works with the Chief of Staff, Vice Dean of Production and Manager of Communications to create, implement, and oversee event marketing and promotion programs, across the College of Performing Arts.
Responsibilities Include: - Establish and lead out marketing plan for CoPA production season - In partnership with Director of Development, work to identify potential donors - Supervise freelance designer for event digital media - Oversee and create promotional material (posters, programs, social media graphics) for all CoPA productions, concerts and events - Manage ticket sales for all events, productions and concerts - Manage online event calendar on website - Liaise with production for any video, film, or photography needs from productions/concerts - Create and maintain an online event calendar posting for each of roughly 400 annual events including listing the program for each event as well as timings for all important events. - Work with Marketing and Communications designers to create a program shell used for all in-house concert programs. - Supervise student workers who make concert and production programs for each in-house event and proof each program. - Write/edit copy and coordinate with Playbill for Carnegie and Lincoln Center event programs. - Collect and edit and print custom programs for VIP events – UnSilent Film, Mannes Opera, CoPA productions, and other VIP events. - Other duties as assigned
- Bachelor's Degree - 2-5 Years experience in a marketing department in a performing arts (or similar) organization - Deep understanding of and experience with theatre and music administration - Excellent problem-solver - Exceptional written and verbal communication skills - Interpersonal skills that allow the individual to function in a variety of settings among widely different groups of people - The ability to work productively and graciously under strict time constraints - Flexibility, and a
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